Subject: Re: SSH 2.0 license; looks like 2.0 won't allow non-education use
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Rick Kelly <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 10/12/1998 15:28:30
Matthew Jacob said:
>This has become something of an issue at NASA/Ames, where there's been
>a mandate to run everything (including internal networks) via some
>secure (ssh, e.g.) protocol. I don't remember where it was left at
>but basically SSH 2.0 is not something usable due to the licencing,
>so 1.2.26 is what is being standardized upon.
Worse than that. Perusal of http://www.datafellows.com seems to
show that there is no commercial UNIX version of ssh. They are
dedicated to non-UNIX platforms. Even the $4900US enterprise
version seems to only run on NT.
Rick Kelly email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org